788THigh Resolution Digital Audio Recorder with Time CodeUser Guide and Technical Informationfor 788T and 788T-SSD Recorde...
Table of ContentsQuick Start Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4               Sample Rate ConvertersFron...
788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical Information     Time Code Hold Off                                                 ...
788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical Information       Table of Contents cont.                 Slate Mic Routing        ...
788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical InformationWelcome Thank you for purchasing the 788T/788T-SSD. The ultra-compact 78...
788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical Information                 Quick Start Guide                    This Quick Start G...
788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical Information5) Press and hold the PWR key for one second to power on.               ...
788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical Information                                                             Press adjac...
788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical Information   Setup Menu Basics:   Highlighted selection                           ...
788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical Information                 13) HEADPHONE MONITOR.                     Press the ST...
788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical Information        Drive Directory Basics:      File Information Toggle      Jump t...
788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical Information       Front Panel Descriptions             All 788T settings can be acc...
788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical Information8) Level Meter LEDs                                    14) Rewind Key   ...
788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical Information       Front Panel Descriptions cont.                          1        ...
788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical Information Panel Lock  Press and hold the      LCD backlight key then the       TO...
788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical Information       Right Panel Connectors and Controls                              ...
788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical InformationRear Panel Descriptions               1                 2              3...
788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical Information       LCD Display Descriptions                                         ...
788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical InformationLCD Display Descriptions cont.                            1            2...
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788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical InformationInput Settings Window Descriptions  To access the Input Settings Window ...
788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical Information                                         The following screen appears if...
788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical InformationTrack Setup Window  The Track Setup Window allows a user to record enabl...
788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical Information           Track Routing View                             The screen bel...
788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical InformationMaster Gain Levels View             The screen below is the Master Gain ...
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  1. 1. 788THigh Resolution Digital Audio Recorder with Time CodeUser Guide and Technical Informationfor 788T and 788T-SSD Recordersfirmware rev. 2.10 SATA 2.5" UDMASound Devices, LLC300 Wengel Drive • Reedsburg, WI • USA+1 (608) 524-0625 • fax: +1 (608) 524-0655Toll-Free: (800) 505-0625 USBwww.sounddevices.com 2.0support@sounddevices.com 400 / 800
  2. 2. Table of ContentsQuick Start Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Sample Rate ConvertersFront Panel Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Word Clock Input Video Sync Panel Lock Digital Inputs 1-2, 3-4, 5-6, 7-8Left Panel Connectors and Controls . . . . . .13 Multi-Unit Linking Via C. LinkRight Panel Connectors and Controls . . . . .14 Outputs – Analog and Digital . . . . . . . . . . . .46Rear Panel Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 Output TypesLCD Display Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 Analog Balanced Line Outputs 1-4 Analog Unbalanced Output 5-6Input Settings Window Descriptions . . . . . .19 Balanced Digital AES Outputs 1-6Track Setup Window . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 Headphone Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47 Track Level Meters View Selecting Headphone Sources Track Routing View Setting Headphone Source Options Track-to-Media View Headphone Source as Outputs Master Gain Levels View Input Solo (PFL)Take List Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 MS Stereo MonitoringDrive Directory (File Viewer) Descriptors . . .26 SoundField B-Format Surround Monitoring Root Directory Multi-Function Rotary Switch BehaviorInput Setup and Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28 Headphone Favorite Selection Input Trim and Input Faders Headphone Playback Mode Input Settings Window Headphone Warning Tones Input Type Recording Start and Stop Bells Phantom Power Low Battery Warning High-Pass Filters Headphone Power Up Gain Input Gain CL-9 Headphone Monitoring Input Limiters Metering and Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51 Input Polarity Output Meter Input Mute Meter Scale Input to Track Routing Favorite Meter Mode Analog Inputs Digital Meter View Input Linking (Stereo or MS Decoding) Meter Ballistics Digital Inputs VU (Volume Units) AES42 Digital Microphones Peak Only Input Delay Peak/VU Deactivate Inputs Peak Hold TimeInput to Track Routing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33 Input Activity Ring LEDs Pre-Fade vs. Post Fade Headphone Peak LED Routing Using the Input Settings Window Tone Oscillator Routing Using the Setup Menu LCD Contrast & LED Brightness Routing Using The Track Setup Window LCD Backlight Routing Using the CL-8 CL-2 Metering and Display Routing Using the CL-9 CL-8 Metering and Display CL-9 Metering and DisplayTrack Arming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37 Wave Agent Metering and Display Track Enabling Using the CL-9 Track Status Indication Time Code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56 Track-to-Media Routing Frame Rate Master Gain Levels F Sampling Rate Modes Track Limiters 48.048k and 48.048kF Master Gain Levels Using the CL-9 Fostex DV40 47.952k and 47.952kFSampling Rate and Bit Depth . . . . . . . . . . . . .40 96.096k and 96.096kF Sampling Rate Time Code Modes Sampling Frequency and Audio Bandwidth Off Bit Depth Free Run: Bit Depth and Dynamic Range Record RunSynchronization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41 Free Run Jam Once Clock Master 24 Hour Run Word Out Ext TC AES Digital Outputs Ext TC/cont Clock Slave Ext TC-Auto Record Ext TC/cont-Auto Record Internal
  3. 3. 788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical Information Time Code Hold Off Storage Media – Internal Drive . . . . . . . . . . .82 Jam Menu 788T Drive Type Jam RX TC 788T-SSD Drive Type Jam Zeros Drive Replacement Jam Value Edit Value Storage Medium – Removable CompactFlash 84 User Bits When to Use CF NTSC Standard Def Video Production Formatting Speed TestingRecording . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62 Qualified CF Cards Recording Pre-Record Buffer Storage Medium – External FireWire Drives .85 Media Select When to Use External FireWire Drives Failure During Recording Formatting Record Timer FireWire Bus Powering Qualified DrivesPlayback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64 DVD-RAM Drives AutoPlay File Copying Among Available Media . . . . . .86Audio File Formats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64 Copying Individual Files .WAV Error Conditions: File Type Monophonic File Transfer to Computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .88 Polyphonic Powering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .89Take Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .65 Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery Scene Name/Numbering External Powering and Battery Charging Scene Name Incrementing/Decrementing Time Code Clock Battery Take Numbers Auto Functions with External Powering Take Number Incrementing/Decrementing Power Consumption Variables False Take Control Firmware Upgrades . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .92 Emptying the False Take Folders Version Information Track Naming Upgrading FirmwareTake List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .70 Remote Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .94 Refresh Take Metadata Keyboard Assignments Take Edit Menu Menu Keys Notes String Edits & Take Name/Number (Renaming & Notes) Renaming Takes Assignable Shortcuts Duplicate Takes Shortcut List Functionality Circle Take Logic In Project Logic Out (Record Tally) Scene CL-1 Keyboard and Remote Control Interface (optional) 97 Take Connecting the CL-1 Tape (Roll) CL-1 Keyboard Interface Set and Clear Copy Flags CL-1 Logic Inputs and Outputs Deleting Takes Logic Inputs Renaming Tracks Logic Outputs Wave Agent Metadata Entry and Editing CL-2 Remote Fader (optional) . . . . . . . . . . . .99Wave Agent Beta . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .75 CL-2 ConnectionFile Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .75 Connecting the CL-2 Automatic File Splitting CL-2 Panel Descriptions File Time and Date Fader Assignment Folder Actions CL-2 SwitchesThe Drive Directory (File Viewer) . . . . . . . . . .77 CL-8 Controller (optional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .103 Navigation CL-8 Connection Selecting Files for Playback CL-8 Front Panel Descriptors Folder Options Menu CL-8 Side Panel Descriptors Rename Folders CL-8 Back Panel Descriptors Set and Clear Copy Flags CL-8 Fader Control Delete Folders CL-8 Views Drive Directory Options Menu Main View Set and Clear Copy Flags Aux Routing View Emptying the Trash Input Settings View Erase (Media Format) Slate Mic 1
  4. 4. 788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical Information Table of Contents cont. Slate Mic Routing Wave Agent Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .127 Slate Mic Level Setup Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .128 CL-9 Linear Fader Controller (optional). . . .109 User Setup Data File CL-9 Connection Setup Menu Shortcuts CL-9 Rear Panel Descriptors Front Panel Button Shortcuts . . . . . . . . . . .137 CL-9 Fader Control CL-9 Master Gain Level Controls Connector Pin Assignments . . . . . . . . . . . .138 CL-9 Headphone Monitor Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .139 Headphone Level Appendix A - Recording Time Calculation .141 Monitor Selection Uncompressed Recording Time in Track-Hours Setup Menu Navigation From CL-9 Record Time Soloing Inputs. Outputs, or Tracks PCM Audio EQ Audio Data Rate = Bit Depth x Sampling Frequency Pan Appendix B – Metadata Implementation . . .142 Factory Modes User Modes (U1-U4) Appendix C – File Naming . . . . . . . . . . . . . .143 CL-9 Input-to-Track Routing Monophonic WAV File Track Number Designators CL-9 Communications Duplicate File Names Slate Appendix D- FAT32 and Maximum File Size 144 Tone Oscillator Appendix E - Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . .145 Returns COMs 788T CE Declaration of Conformity . . . . . .147 Setting up a Bidirectional Talk Back Circuit Software License . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .148 CL-9 Transport Control Warranty and Technical Support . . . . . . . . .149 CL-9 Footswitch CL-9 LED Brightness CL-9 Specifications 2 v. 2.10 Features and specifications are subject to change. Visit www.sounddevices.com for the latest documentation.
  5. 5. 788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical InformationWelcome Thank you for purchasing the 788T/788T-SSD. The ultra-compact 788T records and plays back audio to and from its internal drive, CompactFlash, or external drives, making field recording simple and fast. It writes and reads uncompressed PCM audio at 16 or 24 bits with sampling rates between 32 kHz and 96.096 kHz. The time code implementation makes the 788T ready for any recording job— from over-the-shoulder to cart-based production. The 788T implements a no-compromise audio path that includes Sound Devices’ high-performance microphone preamplifiers. Designed specifically for high bandwidth, high bit rate digital recording, these preamps set a new standard for frequency response linearity, low distortion performance, and low noise. With documentary and ENG mixing engineers in mind, the 788T is very small, while still being feature-rich. No other recorder on the market matches its size and feature set. In addition, its learn- ing curve is quite short—powerful does not mean complicated. Sound Devices took advantage of the best in professional and consumer electronic technologies to bring incredible feature depth with ease of use. Hard drives and CompactFlash are highly reliable, industry standard, and easily obtainable. With the ability to write to an external drive, low-cost, por- table media can be delivered to post production. The removable, rechargeable battery is a standard Sony-compatible Li-ion camcorder battery pack. The 788T interconnects with Windows and Mac OS computers for convenient data transfer and backup. The 788T is available in two models, The standard 788T ships with an internal hard drive. The 788T- SSD ships with an internal solid state drive. Throughout this document both models will be referred to as the 788T., except when information is specific to each model.788T and 788T-SSD Firmware Known Issues For a complete list of any known issues: www.sounddevices.com/download/788t-firmware.htm.Copyright Notice and Release All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the expressed written permission of SOUND DEVICES, LLC. SOUND DEVICES is not responsible for any use of this information. SOUND DEVICES, LLC shall not be liable to the purchaser of this product or third parties for damages, losses, costs, or expenses incurred by purchaser or third parties as a result of: accident, misuse, or abuse of this product or unauthorized modifications, repairs, or alterations to this product, or failure to strictly comply with SOUND DEVICES, LLC’s operating and installation instructions. Microsoft Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation. Macintosh is a registered trademark of Apple Computer. Other product and company names mentioned herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners. The sound waves logo is a registered trademark of Sound Devices, LLC. 3
  6. 6. 788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical Information Quick Start Guide This Quick Start Guide provides a brief overview for first use of the 788T/788T-SSD. For detailed operating instructions refer to the 788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical Information. 1) Connect Power. Connect the supplied AC-to-DC power supply to the DC connector on the Right Panel. 2) Attach the supplied Li-ion rechargeable battery to the recorder. Be certain to line up the battery contacts with the battery compartment mounting pins. Rotate the battery lock to secure the battery in place. Included L-Mount Battery 788T Rear Panel The included battery must be charged for six hours prior to initial use. The 788T will charge the L-Mount battery when DC is connected. 3) Connect analog microphone or line sources.Quickstart Please refer to the 788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical Information for con- nections with digital audio sources. 788T Left Panel 4) Connect headphones Connect to either the 1/4-inch or 1/8-inch headphone output on the Right Panel. WORD / VID IN DC IN 10-18V MENU SELECT 1 2 ANALOG BAL LINE OUTS 3 FW800 BAL AES FW400 USB SYNC 788T Right Panel OUT PIN 4 (+) PIN 1 (-) UNBAL 5,6 4 1,2 3,4 WORD OUT TIMECODE 4 v. 2.10 Features and specifications are subject to change. Visit www.sounddevices.com for the latest documentation.
  7. 7. 788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical Information5) Press and hold the PWR key for one second to power on. UT 788T PWR ARM C D E F 0 0 dBFS dBFS REC6) INPUTS MUST BE ACTIVE TO BE RECORDED. Press in to release recessed Input Gain Controls. Rotate the knob clockwise past the detent to turn on the input. In the full counter-clockwise position, the input is not active and is not available for use. Quickstart7) Access the Input Settings Window To access, momentarily move the Input Selector Switch in the direction of the Input. This action also sends the input signal to the headphone monitor. 1 3 5 7 MENU 1 Left for odd inputs 2 4 6 8 HDD 2 Right for even inputs Input Setting Options: Source (mic/line/digital) Phantom (on/off) MENU High-Pass Filter (on/off) Limiter (on/off) HDD Input-to-Track Routing Mute (none / mute) Polarity (normal / reverse) 5
  8. 8. 788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical Information Press adjacent key to change the parameter. 8) The Input Settings Window is where changes are made to input parameters. For example, press the TONE key to toggle Phantom Power on and off. Turn the Multi-Function Rotary Switch to adjust the High-Pass Filter Frequency. Turn the Multi-Function Rotary Switch MENU HDD 9) INPUTS MUST BE ROUTED TO TRACKS FOR RECORDING. From the Input Settings Window, press the PLAY key to enter Input-to-Track Rout- ing. Inputs can be assigned to any Track. The Rewind and Fast-Forward keys route inputs to Track L and R, respectively. Turn the Multi-Function Rotary Switch to move among Tracks A - X2. Push in on the rotary switch to route the input to the track. Refer to the 788T User Guide for details on pre- and post-fade routing. Press PLAY again to return to the Input Settings Window.Quickstart MENU MENU HDD HDD Press PLAY to enter Press REW to route to Input-to-Track routing. Track L, Press FF to Press again to exit. route to Track R. Use the Multi-Function Rotary Switch to route to Tracks A - X2. 10) Return to the Main Display. Momentarily move the Input Selector Switch again. 11) Press the MENU key to enter the Setup Menu. The Setup Menu allows you to configure various options, including Sampling Rate, Bit Depth, Time Code, etc. Navigate through the Setup Menu by turning the Multi- Function Rotary Encoder. Refer to the 788T/788T-SSD User Guide for Setup Menu details. MENU R L A HDD B 6 v. 2.10 Features and specifications are subject to change. Visit www.sounddevices.com for the latest documentation.
  9. 9. 788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical Information Setup Menu Basics: Highlighted selection MENU Selects highlighted option Navigates through the menu HDD Exits option and menu Cancels changes and exits the menu Turn the Multi-Function Rotary Switch to navigate through the Setup Menu, push to select an option.12) A TRACK MUST BE ENABLED TO BE RECORDED. Press the INPUT key to enter the Track Setup Window, where Tracks are enabled for recording. An * (asterisk) next to a Track indicates that the track is record en- abled. Navigate through the Tracks using the Multifunction Rotary Switch. To en- able/disable the track, press in on the Multi Function Rotary Switch. Track Status is indicated by the asterisk and by the blue Track Status LEDs on the 788T front panel. When the LED and asterisk is solid the track is armed and will be recorded, if they are flashing the track is enabled but no active input is routed to it and will not be recorded, if the asterisk and LED are off the track is disabled. Quickstart INPUT 788T PWR ARM ARM R C L D A E B F 0 0 dBFS dBFS IN CF EX REC Track Setup Menu Basics: Selector Box MENU Track Status Indicator Input Routing Window HDD Master Levels Window Track-to-Media Window VU1 / VU2 Toggle VU1 / VU2 toggle selects the Tracks displayed on the right-hand column of Track Meter LEDs. VU1 = Tracks C, D, E, F, G. VU2 = G, H, X1, X2. Tip: After Inputs are routed to Tracks and the Tracks are record enabled, simply click the Input Gain Pots on and off to arm and disarm tracks respectively. 7
  10. 10. 788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical Information 13) HEADPHONE MONITOR. Press the STOP key to return to the Main Display. Turn the Multi-Function Rotary Switch to select the headphone preset best suited for the particular setup. Active headphone routing. Track L in the left ear, Track R in the right ear. 14) Press the REC key to start recording. Press the STOP key to stop the recording. Press the PLAY key to playback the last recorded take. 15) Press the HDD key to enter the Take List. The take list displays a listing of all recordings. MENU R L A HDD BQuickstart Take List Basics: Next Take MENU Selected Take (*= Last recorded Take) Rename Take HDD Metadata Edit Menu Add Take Notes Exits the Take List Turn the Multi-Function Rotary Switch to navigate through the Take List, push to toggle the type of information displayed. 16) From the Take List, press the HDD key again to enter the Drive Directory. 8 v. 2.10 Features and specifications are subject to change. Visit www.sounddevices.com for the latest documentation.
  11. 11. 788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical Information Drive Directory Basics: File Information Toggle Jump to Root Directory MENU Selected File Return to Take List HDD Exits the Drive Directory Drive Formatting and other media-specific operations are accessed in the Drive Options Menu located at the root directory.17) After recording, transfer files from the 788T to a computer using either FireWire 400, FireWire 800, or USB. When connecting to a computer with a USB cable, make sure that the Setup Menu option FireWire/USB: Connection is set to Connect as Mass Storage. WORD / VID IN WORD / VID IN WORD / VID IN DC IN DC IN DC IN 10-18V 10-18V MENU 10-18V MENU MENU SELECT 1 2 3 SELECT 1 2 3 SELECT 1 2 3 FW800 FW400 USB FW800 FW400 USB ANALOG BAL LINE OUTS SYNC ANALOG BAL LINE OUTS FW800 FW400 USB SYNC ANALOG BAL LINE OUTS SYNC BAL AES BAL AES OUT BAL AES OUT OUT PIN 4 (+) PIN 4 (+) PIN 4 (+) PIN 1 (-) PIN 1 (-) PIN 1 (-) UNBAL 5,6 4 1,2 3,4 WORD OUT UNBAL 5,6 4 1,2 3,4 WORD OUT TIMECODE UNBAL 5,6 4 1,2 3,4 WORD OUT TIMECODE TIMECODE Quickstart FireWire 800 FireWire 400 USB FW800 USB FW400 To avoid any possible directory corruption on the 788T, do not interrupt the connection process and always prop- erly dismount the drives from the operating system. On Mac OS platforms, drag the drive icons to the trash. On Windows platforms, use the “Disconnect External Media” icon in the system tray.18) Press and hold the PWR key for one second to shut down the recorder. UT 788T PWR ARM C D E F 0 0 dBFS dBFS REC 9
  12. 12. 788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical Information Front Panel Descriptions All 788T settings can be accessed and monitored through the front panel LCD and navigation keys. This allows the unit to be placed in a production bag along with field mixers and wireless transmit- ters and receivers. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 INPUT 788T PWR ARM ARM MENU R C 1 3 5 7 L D A E 2 4 6 8 HDD B F 0 0 dBFS dBFS IN CF EX REC 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 1) Input Activity Ring LEDs 4) MENU Key The LEDs surrounding the Input gain Accesses the 788T Setup Menu. When pots indicate the input activity for each in the Setup Menu use the MENU key input, respectively. The LEDs illuminate to move up through the options and in various colors and intensities to repre- parameters. sent the state of each input. See Metering and Display. 5) LCD Display Primary display of 788T status. The 2) Input Gain Control LCD is backlit by pressing and holding By default, controls the analog and digi- the LCD backlight key and pressing the tal input gain (input trim) of each chan- Multifunction Rotary Switch. When the nel respectively. The Input gain control backlight is active the backlight color can be changed in the Setup Menu to act can be set to indicate the recorder’s as fader controls. See Fader Control. current mode. Red = Recording Mode, Input Gain Pots can be switched to the Green = Playback Mode, White = Off position to deactivate the input. Standby Mode Deactivated inputs are muted and un- routed from any designated track. This 6) TONE key ultimately extends battery life. See Input Press to activate the tone oscillator, press Setup and Control and hold for two seconds or longer to latch on, press again to deactivate. Fre- 3) Input Selector/Solo Switch quency, tone level, and routing are con- Selects odd numbered inputs when trolled in the Setup Menu. When in the pushed left and even numbered inputs Setup Menu use the TONE key to enter when pushed right. Selecting an input Setup Menu options and select parame- using the Input Selector/Solo Switch ters when the check mark appears in the will display the respective Input Settings upper right hand corner of the LCD. Window. If enabled in the Setup Menu, the Input Selector Switch will also PFL 7) Track Status LEDs (pre fade listen) the input in the head- A solid blue LED indicates that the phone monitor. To exit the Input Settings respective track is armed and ready to Window, press the Input Selector Switch record. Armed tracks are both record again or select another Input. For mo- enabled in the Track Setup Window and mentary action, press and hold the Input have at least one active input routed to Selector in position for one second or it. The LED flashes blue when the Track longer. See Input Setup and Control is enabled but there is no active input routed to it and will not be recorded. The LED is off when the track is dis- abled. 10 v. 2.10 Features and specifications are subject to change. Visit www.sounddevices.com for the latest documentation.
  13. 13. 788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical Information8) Level Meter LEDs 14) Rewind Key Eight, 13-segment track level-meters in- Performs reverse (REW) scrubbing dicate level in dBFS. Metering scale, bal- through the played file when pressed in listics, and peak hold times are selected playback and play-pause mode. Play- in the Setup Menu. Tracks C, D, E, F can pause indicated by flashing A-time on be used to view Tracks G, H, X1, X2. See LCD. Reverse playback rate increases Metering and Display. the longer the key is held. In play-stop mode (indicated by flashing filename9) INPUT Key on LCD) selects the previous file in the Press to access the Track Setup Menu, record folder (either daily folder or main from which the user can arm/disarm folder). record tracks and view meter activity for all 12 tracks. Press and hold the STOP 15) Play Key key then press the Input key to access Plays back the file displayed in the LCD. the Input: Track Routing Setup Menu. If pressed immediately after recording is Cycle through factory and custom rout- stopped, the most recently recorded file ings by pressing the Input key while is played back. holding the STOP key. See Input-to-Track Routing 16) Fast-Forward Key Performs fast-forward (FF) scrubbing10) Power Key through the played file when pressed in To power up the unit, press and hold the playback and play-pause mode. Play- Power (PWR) Key for about one second. pause indicated by flashing A-time on To power the unit down, press and hold LCD. Fast forward rate increases the lon- the Power Key for about one second. ger the key is held. In play-stop mode (indicated by flashing filename on LCD)11) Power/Charge LED selects the next file in the record folder Indicates the 788T is powered and avail- (either daily folder or main folder). able for operation. Indicates the charge status of the onboard battery charger. 17) LCD Backlight Key Press to toggle the Level Meter LEDs12) Headphone Output Peak LED View 1 (Tracks C - F) and View 2 (Tracks Indicates overload of the headphone G, H, X1, X2). Press and hold for 2 sec- amplifier. When lit, the headphone cir- onds to toggle between the select meter cuit is overloading. Reduce headphone scale and the favorite meter scale. See level. Metering. Hold the Backlight key then press the Multifunction Rotary Switch to13) HDD Key toggle the LCD and Front Panel soft key Press to enter the Take List and Drive backlighting on and off. Hold the Back- Directory. From the Take List, view and light key and turn the Multi-Function edit metadata across all storage medi- Rotary Switch to adjust the brightness ums. From the Drive Directory navigate of LEDs. In the Setup Menu the LCD between storage media, folders, and Backlight key functions as the cancel files. View folder and file properties and and exit key. select files for playback. The media that is selected for playback is shown on the left hand side of the main screen. Press and hold the HDD key to toggle between available media. If only one media is present, media toggle is disabled. When in the Setup Menu use the HDD key to move down through the options and parameters. 11
  14. 14. 788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical Information Front Panel Descriptions cont. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 INPUT 788T PWR ARM ARM MENU R C 1 3 5 7 L D A E 2 4 6 8 HDD B F 0 0 dBFS dBFS IN CF EX REC 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 18) Media Activity LEDs 20) Record Key Indicates storage media activity. IN Press to begin recording. The 788T is (internal drive), CF (CompactFlash), a record-priority device; pressing this EX (external FireWire device). The LED key starts recording and discontinues illuminates green when the storage all other functions, except file opera- media is ready, illuminates yellow when tions. The REC key will illuminate red the storage media is writing/reading when the 788T is actively recording. If and while connected to a computer, and the selected storage media is not ready illuminates red when the storage media to begin recording a new file, the REC has encountered an error or if the drive key will flash red until the recording has has less than one minute of recording begun. Pressing the REC key during re- time left. cording can set a cue marker, start a new file, as selected in the Setup Menu. 19) Stop/Pause Key Momentarily press and hold this key to 21) Record LED stop recording. In playback mode, a sin- Illuminates red when record mode is gle press pauses playback (play-pause), active. allowing audio scrubbing with the FF and REW keys. Another press of the key enters play-stop mode where the FF and REW keys select files for playback from the current directory, the filename and time display flash to indicate that a new file has been selected. One more press of the key exits playback mode. Pressing the STOP key whilst in stop mode displays the name of the next file to be recorded in the LCD. In the Setup Menu the STOP key is also used to exit from any menu, returning to the main display. 12 v. 2.10 Features and specifications are subject to change. Visit www.sounddevices.com for the latest documentation.
  15. 15. 788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical Information Panel Lock Press and hold the LCD backlight key then the TONE key to bring up the front panel But- ton Lock Screen. Button lock prevents unintentional setting changes and/or record status. The 788T displays any button lock options currently enabled. select the soft keys to activate the appropriate button lock mode There are three modes: • Unlocked – all keys are accessible and operate normally. • Non-Transport Lock – All front panel controls are locked except the Record, Stop, Play, Rewind and Fast Forward keys. • Lock All – All front panel keys are locked except the REC key. The REC key is kept active so the user can initiate recording after entering this mode and enter cue markers. To stop record- ing in this mode, you must disengage the panel lock and press the stop key.Left Panel Connectors and Controls 1 2 3 1) XLR Analog Inputs Channels 1-4 3) Headphone Volume Active-balanced analog microphone- or Adjusts the headphone volume. NOTE: line-level input for inputs 1-4 on XLR the 788T is capable of producing ear- connector. Input type is set within the damaging levels in headphones. Please Input Settings Window. Pin-1 ground, use with caution pin-2 (+), pin-3 (−). 2) TA3 Analog Input Channels 5-8 Active-balanced analog microphone- or-line-level input connector for inputs 5-8. Input type is set within the Input Settings Window. Pin-1 ground, pin-2 (+), pin-3 (−). 13
  16. 16. 788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical Information Right Panel Connectors and Controls 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 WORD / VID IN DC IN 10-18V MENU SELECT 1 2 3 FW800 FW400 USB ANALOG BAL LINE OUTS SYNC BAL AES OUT PIN 4 (+) PIN 1 (-) UNBAL 5,6 4 1,2 3,4 WORD OUT TIMECODE 8 9 10 11 12 1) Multi-Function Rotary Switch 6) Sync Input When in the Setup Menu, the rotary This BNC is used to connect an exter- switch moves between menu selections; nal video sync or word clock reference push to enter selection or enter data. signal for word clock purposes. Accepts In Record and Playback modes, selects NTSC, PAL, and Tri-level video syncs as headphone monitor source; press action well as word clock rates between 32 kHz is user selectable. Turn the knob while and 48.048 kHz. holding the LCD Backlight key to adjust the brightness of LEDs. 7) External DC In Accepts power from 10–18 volts DC to 2) TA3 Analog Outputs 1-4 power and charge the Li-ion battery. Active-balanced, analog outputs 1-4. Hirose 4-pin connector is wired pin-1 Program source and attenuation lev- negative (-), pin-4 positive (+). Pin-2 and els are user selectable. Pin-1 ground, pin-3 are not connected. Charging char- pin-2 (+), pin-3 (–). When connecting acteristics are set in the Setup Menu. to an unbalanced input, do not connect pin-3. 8) Headphone Output 1/4-inch and 3.5 mm TRS stereo head- 3) FireWire 800 (IEEE-1394b) Port phone connectors. Can drive head- Connection to a computer (Mac OS, phones from 8 to 1000 ohm impedances Windows) to access the internal hard to very high levels. Tip = left, ring = drive and CompactFlash volumes as right, sleeve = ground. mass storage devices. Also used to at- tach external FAT32-formatted FireWire 9) Analog Output 5-6 drives to the 788T for direct recording Unbalanced output on 3.5 mm TRS and copying. stereo connector. Program source and at- tenuation levels are user selectable. Tip 4) FireWire 400 (IEEE-1394a) Port = left, ring = right, sleeve = ground. Connection to a computer (Mac OS, Windows) to access the internal hard 10) AES3 Output 1-2 and 3-4 drive and CompactFlash volumes as Transformer-balanced AES3 digital out- mass storage devices. Also used to at- puts 1-2 and 3-4. Program source is user tach external FAT32-formatted FireWire selectable. drives to the 788T for direct recording and copying. 11) Time Code Multi-Pin Time code input and output on 5-pin 5) USB-B Port LEMO® connector. Connection to a computer (Mac OS, Windows) to access the internal hard 12) Word Clock Output drive and CompactFlash volumes as Provides a word clock output running at mass storage devices or for extended the sample rate of the 788T. display and control of the 788T using Wave Agent. See Wave Agent for details. 14 v. 2.10 Features and specifications are subject to change. Visit www.sounddevices.com for the latest documentation.
  17. 17. 788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical InformationRear Panel Descriptions 1 2 3 4 KEYBD OUT C.LINK IN AES I/O, GPIO, PWR COMPACT FLASH 5 6 1) USB Keyboard Input 5) Multi-Function DE-15 Connector USB A Female Connector for USB key- Mates with Sound Devices XL-88 Multi- board and CL-8 Controller See Remote Pin Breakout Cable. The DE-15 connec- Control for more details regarding Keyboard tor acts as AES3 Inputs 1-8, AES3 Out- and CL-8 setup and functionality. puts 5-6, and Logic In and Out. Analog and digital inputs can be used simulta- 2) C. Link In/Out neously. See Connector Pin Assignments. RS-232 protocol interface on 6-pin Sample Rate Converters are enabled modular (“RJ-12”) connector for link- on each AES input when Setup Menu ing multiple 7-Series recorders together. REC: SYNC SOURCE is set to Internal. Word clock, machine transport, and time See Sample Rate Converters. code are carried on the C. Link connec- AES inputs support AES42 Mode 1 oper- tor. See Multi Unit Linking Via C. Link. ation, supplies +10 V of digital phantom Also used for connection to CL-1 Key- power. See AES42 Digital Microphones. board and Remote Control Interface or CL-2 Remote Fader. See Remote Control 6) Security Slot for more details. The C. Link In is disabled Compatible with the Kensington® Secu- when Setup Menu option FireWire/ rity Slot specification. Used to secure the USB: Connection is set to connect to recorder to a fixed object with a compat- Wave Agent. ible computer lock. 3) CompactFlash Slot Accepts CompactFlash media with the label-side up. Compatible with Type I, Type II, and MicroDrives. High-speed UDMA cards are recommended for higher track count recording. 4) Battery Mount Accepts Sony® InfoLithium L-Series bat- teries. Also accepts batteries conforming to this mount. Numerous capacities, from 1500 to 7000 mAh are available. 15
  18. 18. 788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical Information LCD Display Descriptions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 1) Battery/Voltage Level Indicator 6) Time & Date Display Indicates voltage level of the remov- Alternating display between the set date able battery or external power sources. and time of the 788T. This information is If present, external power overrides written as the creation and modification battery power. Graphical bar for relative date for generated audio files. level and numeric indicator for precise voltage measurement. 7) External Digital Clock Indicator This display will show when the 788T 2) File Name Display is locked to a valid external sync source, Shows file name actively being recorded sync reference is user-selectable in the or played back. In Playback-Stop mode, Setup Menu. The display will indicate flashing file name indicates that the the current valid sync source Fast-Forward and Rewind keys can be D = digital input, W = word clock, V = used to step through files in the current video. The display currently shows that playback directory. the recorder is successfully locked to a valid word clock source. 3) Absolute Time (A-time) Display Shows the elapsed time of the file be- 8) Media Descriptors ing recorded or played back in hours, For all three media types, an asterisk in minutes, seconds, and tenths. The A- front of the media descriptor indicates time and the time code display can be which media is selected for record. exchanged if a large time code display Highlighted media descriptor indicates is needed. This display can be set to media selected for record monitoring, reverse or flash while recording. Flashes playback or file directory display. in playback-pause mode. 9) Media Status 4) Cue Marker Display (space remaining/record ready) In Record mode, indicates when cue Bar graph indicates the remaining markers are set. Markers set by pressing record time available on the select me- the REC key (option must be selected in dia. Numbers show time in hours and Setup Menu). In Playback mode, dis- minutes based on the presently selected plays cue points numerically as they are number of record tracks, sample fre- reached in a file. quency, and bit rate. Display toggles between remaining time and track count 5) Sample Rate Indicator when media is set to receive less than Displays the set record sampling rate. In the full amount of armed tracks. See Playback mode, displays the currently Track-to-Media Routing. Indicator shows selected file’s sampling rate. dashes when no media is available or if there is no armed tracks routed to it. 16 v. 2.10 Features and specifications are subject to change. Visit www.sounddevices.com for the latest documentation.
  19. 19. 788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical InformationLCD Display Descriptions cont. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 10) Time Code Display 13) Bit Depth Indicator In Stop and Record modes, displays Shows the set record bit depth. In play- the time code generated or received by back, shows the file bit depth. the 788T. In Playback mode, displays the the time code information of the file 14) Meter Toggle currently selected for playback (if avail- Press the soft VU (LCD Backlight) key able). If non-time code files are playing, to toggle between VU1 and VU2 views. the display shows dashes. The time code VU1 displays Tracks C, D, E, F on the display can be exchanged with the A- second column of Front Panel Level time display in the Setup Menu. Meter LEDs, and VU2 displays Tracks G, H, X1, X2. 11) Headphone Source Display Press and hold the LCD Backlight key Indicates the source for headphone out- for two seconds to toggle between the put. Sources and selection order are user selected meter scale and the favorite selectable in the Setup Menu. meter scale. FAV and the selected VU view will alternate when favorite meter 12) Time Code Frame Rate mode is active. Displays the set time code frame rate. If a file has time code information embed- ded, the playback frame rate is indi- cated. If external time code is connected and the external rate differs from the rate set internally, the display will flash. 17
  20. 20. 788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical Information 15 16 17 18 15) Input Level 17) Slate Mic Gain Level (CL-8 only) When input gain is adjusted, gain level Slate Mic gain level is adjusted from -46 is indicated in dB for the input being to 6 dB in 1 dB increments. To attenuate adjusted and its neighboring input. The the gain press and hold the CL-8 SLATE relationship of inputs is configured in button and turn the Multi Function the following manner and cannot be Rotary Switch. altered 1,2 / 3,4 / 5,6 / 7,8. Neighboring inputs are not linked or grouped unless 18) Media Track Count specifically linked in the Setup Menu. Display toggles between remaining time Mic input gain range is from 0 dB to 76 and track count when media is set to re- dB, Line input range is from -25 to 50 dB ceive less than the full amount of armed and Digital input range is from -25 to tracks. See Track-to-Media Routing. 50 dB. 16) Headphone Gain Level When the headphone gain is adjusted, this will appear and indicate the gain level in dB. 18 v. 2.10 Features and specifications are subject to change. Visit www.sounddevices.com for the latest documentation.
  21. 21. 788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical InformationInput Settings Window Descriptions To access the Input Settings Window press the Input Selector Switch into the position of the desired input. Pushing the Input Selector Switch to the left will select the odd numbered inputs and push- ing it to the right will select the even numbered inputs. Press the Input Selector Switch for the select input again to return to the previously displayed screen. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1) Input Type 5) High-Pass Filter The highlighted selection indicates cur- Indicates the state of the High-Pass rent Input Type. Input Type is select- Filter and the cut off frequency selected. able from Mic, Line, and Digital Inputs Control the High-Pass Filter by using for each channel respectively. Toggle the Multi-Function Rotary Switch. through Input Type selections by press- ing the MENU key. 6) Phantom Power The highlighted selection shows the cur- 2) Input Gain Display rent state of phantom power (48 volts) The Input gain is displayed in dB for for the selected input. Enable or disable the selected input. Information dis- Phantom Power by using the Tone key. played toggles between TRIM and FADER levels when faders are avail- 7) Input Limiter able. When the Setup Menu option The highlighted selection shows the cur- INPUT: FRONT PANEL CONTROLS is set rent state of the Input Limiter for the se- to Fader Controls, use the Multifunction lected Input. Enable or disable the Input Rotary Switch to attenuate Trim levels. Limiter using the HDD or Rewind key. Pressing in on the Multifunction Rotary Switch will toggle control between Trim 8) Input to Track Routing level and High-Pass Filter control. The highlighted selection(s) indicate the track(s) the selected input is currently 3) Input Selected routed to. To enter and exit the Input to Displays the Input that has been se- Track Routing press the Play key. lected. 9) Input Mute 4) Headphone Monitor Hold Indication When highlighted the select Input is Press and hold the Input Selector Switch Muted and removed from all tracks. for five or more seconds to latch Input Input Mute is toggled on and off using PFL. To exit the PFL monitoring select the Fast Forward key. another input with the Input Selector Switch or rotate the Multi-Function 10) Input Polarity Rotary Switch. This mode only applies When highlighted the current state of when the INPUT: PFL FUNCTION is set the Input’s Polarity is inversed. Control to enabled. polarity using the LCD Backlight key. 19
  22. 22. 788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical Information The following screen appears if the select Input is linked as a stereo pair. 11 The following screen appears if the select Input gain pot is switched to the Off position. 12 11) Panning Control 12) Channel Is Powered Down If the Input selected is a linked stereo The Input Settings Window cannot pair, the odd numbered inputs will dis- be accessed if the Input’s Gain Pot is play gain and the even numbered inputs switched to Off. will display the stereo image. 20 v. 2.10 Features and specifications are subject to change. Visit www.sounddevices.com for the latest documentation.
  23. 23. 788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical InformationTrack Setup Window The Track Setup Window allows a user to record enable or disable tracks, route inputs-to-tracks, adjust master gain levels, and route tracks-to-media. Press the front panel INPUT key to access the Track Setup Window. There are four views of the Track Setup Window, Track Level Meters View, Track Routing View, Master Gain Levels View, and Media-to-Track View. The Track Meters View is always the first view to appear upon entry of the Track Setup Window. Items that appear in all views have identical functionality. Track Level Meters View 1 2 3 4 5 6 1) Track Status Indicator 3) Track Routing View An * (asterisk) next to a Track indicates Press the Rewind key to access the Track that the track is record enabled. Navi- Routing View. gate through the Tracks using the Mul- tifunction Rotary Switch. The selected 4) Master Gain Levels View track has a box around it (Track G in Press the Play key to access the Master the example above).To enable/disable Levels View. the track, press in on the Multi Function Rotary Switch. Track Status is indicated 5) Track-to-Media View by the asterisk and the 788T Front Panel Press the Fast Forward key to access the Track Status LEDs. When the LED and Track-to-Media view. asterisk is solid the track is armed and will be recorded, when it flashes the 6) VU Toggle track is enabled but no active input is Press the soft VU (LCD Backlight) key routed to it and will not be recorded, the to toggle between VU1 and VU2 views. asterisk and LED remain off when the VU1 displays Tracks C, D, E, F on the track is disabled. second column of Front Panel Level Meter LEDs, and VU2 displays Tracks G, 2) Track Level Meters H, X1, X2. Displays all twelve available track Level Meters. Meter ballistics settings are identical to the front panel Track Level Meters and are adjustable within the Setup Menu. 21
  24. 24. 788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical Information Track Routing View The screen below is the Track Routing View, it appears if the ROUTING (Rewind) Key is selected. 7 8 7) Track Routing 8) Track Level Meters View Displays all inputs currently routed to Press the Rewind key to return to the the given track. Rotate the Multi-Func- Track Level Meters Window. tion Rotary Switch to move the selec- tor box. Press in on the Multi-Function Rotary Switch to route an Input to the Track. Pre- or post-fade routing is ap- plied as it is defined in the Input Set- tings Window or the Setup Menu. Track-to-Media View The screen below is the Track-to-Media View, it appears if the MEDIA (Fast Forward) Key is selected. 9 10 9) Track-to-Media Routing 10) Track Level Meters View Displays which media the given track Press the Rewind key to return to the will be recorded to. Rotate the Multi- Track Level Meters Window. Function Rotary Switch to move the selector box. Press in on the Multi-Func- tion Rotary Switch to toggle the routing of the track to CompactFlash, Internal Drive, or External media respectively. Tracks will only be written to a given media if it is selected in the Setup Menu option Rec: Media Select, regardless of it’s Track-to-Media routing status. 22 v. 2.10 Features and specifications are subject to change. Visit www.sounddevices.com for the latest documentation.
  25. 25. 788T/788T-SSD User Guide and Technical InformationMaster Gain Levels View The screen below is the Master Gain Levels View, it appears if the LEVELS (Play) Key is selected. 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 11) L/R Meters 17) Meters Displays real time metering of Left and Press the soft METERS (Play) key to Right Track Levels. return to the Track Level Meters View. 12) Track Limiter Indicator 18) AUX Master Gain Level Appears when Track Limiter is engaged. Displays gain level applied to the Aux Limiter is active when the indicator is Tracks. Only one bar is displayed when solid. tracks are linked as a stereo pair. Two bars are displayed when the tracks are 13) Track Limiter Linked independent (as shown). Indicates that the track limiter is linked. 19) AUX Master Gain 14) AUX Meters Pressing the soft AUX (Fast Forward) Displays real time metering of X1 and key will select the Aux Tracks Master X2 Track Levels. Gain level. Pressing again will select the track to be controlled. When both tracks 15) L/R Master Gain Level of the pair are highlighted the Tracks are Displays gain level applied to the Mas- linked as a stereo pair. Gain is adjusted ter Left and Right Tracks. Only one bar from -60 to +15 dB in .1 dB increments is displayed when tracks are linked as a using the Multi Function Rotary Switch stereo pair (as shown). Two bars are dis- or the soft up and down arrows. Press in played when the tracks are independent. on the Multi Function Rotary Switch to return to unity gain (0 dB). 16) L/R Master Gain Pressing the soft L/R (Rewind) key will 20) Limiter Key select the Left and Right Tracks Master Press the LCD Backlight key to toggle Gain level. Pressing again will select the the select stereo pairs Track Limiter track to be controlled. When both tracks status. Each press cycles the various set- of the pair are highlighted the Tracks tings Off, On, Linked. See Track Limiters are linked as a stereo pair (as shown). for details. Gain is adjusted from -60 to +15 dB in .1 dB increments using the Multi Function Rotary Switch or the soft up and down arrows. Press in on the Multi Function Rotary Switch to return to unity gain (0 dB). 23

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